Course Description

Create educational videos so that students can pause the video, watch the video when it is convenient for them, and replay the video as many times as they would like!

Laura Lipp

Welcome to Flipped Learning Made easy! My name is Laura Lipp and I am the facilitator of this professional development course. I am a mathematics teacher, and a swim coach. I currently teach math at Baldwin High School. I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry Concepts, Modeling Our World I and II, Math Workshop, Algebra II, Algebra II honors, Algebra 3 and Trigonometry. I have my Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Education for grades 7 – 12 and a Master of Arts in Mathematics Education Liberal Studies. Along with nine years of teaching mathematics I have also been the Varsity Swim coach at Baldwin High School from 2009 – 2016. I received my Bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz, and my Master’s degree from SUNY Stony Brook. I grew up in New York, where I did my student teaching at Beacon High School and Chester Middle School. In May 2008, right after college, I made the best decision of my life and moved to Maui. An avid swimmer (D-III All American @ SUNY New Paltz), I fell in love with the island and with teaching Math. In my free time I love being in the ocean, hiking with my dog, cooking, and spending time with my husband and twin boys.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Getting Started With Flipped Learning Made Easy!

    • Getting Started With Flipped Learning Made Easy! Section: 307780 (4/11/22)

    • Introduce Yourself

    • Google Classroom Code, Due Dates, and Written Feedback

  • 2

    Module one: What is flipped Learning?

    • What is Flipped Learning?

    • Reaction based on Flipped Learning

    • Articles Based On Flipped Learning

    • Article 1: Our Story Creating The Flipped Classroom

    • Article 2: Why You Should Flip Your Classroom

    • PDF Article 2: Why You Should Flip Your Classroom

    • Article 3: Why Flipped Classrooms Are Here to Stay

    • PDF Article 3-Why Flipped Classrooms Are Here to Stay - Education Week Teacher

    • Article 4: Digital Video Transforms Teaching Practices

    • PDF Article 4-digital video transforms teaching practices

    • Article 5: Evidence on Flipped Classrooms is Still Coming In

    • PDF Article 5-Evidence still coming in

    • Module One Completed!

  • 3

    Module Two: Strategies for Implementing Flipped Learning

    • Lesson One Overview: Looking for Content That is Already Created

    • Lesson Two Overview: How Can I Create My Own Videos?

    • How Can My Students Watch My Videos?

    • Embedding Questions into your videos

    • How to make a video using Canva

    • A deeper look into putting your videos online

    • Module Two Completed!

  • 4

    Module Three: Implementing Flipped Learning!

    • Lesson One Implementation: Finding An Already Created Video

    • Lesson Two Implementation: Creating Your Own Video

    • Lesson Three Implementation: Creating Your Own Video using another method

    • Module Three Completed!

  • 5

    Final PDE3 Course Credit Approval

    • Final PDE3 Course Credit Approval